St Newlyn East
St Newlyn East
is a civil parish and village in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.
The village is situated approximately three miles (5 km) south of
Newquay. The name St Newlyn East is locally abbreviated to Newlyn
The parish is named
after the patron saint of the church, St Newlina and the population
was 1,390 in the 2001 census, increasing to 1,635 at the 2011 census
There is also an electoral ward named Newlyn and Goonhavern which
following the 2011 census had a population of 4,933.
The Lappa Valley Steam
Railway tourist attraction operates near Newlyn East. At Trerice is
the Tudor mansion of the Arundells now in the care of the National
Trust. To the northeast is Tresillian House.
Trerice Manor Farm
Tel: 01872 510854 / 07786 152152
and Tori are delighted to have taken ownership of this fantastic
property and its lovely holiday cottages. We look forward to
welcoming you as our guests, whether you have stayed here before or
are visiting for the first time.
Our three barn conversions make the perfect base from which to enjoy
your Cornish holiday. Spend your days on the many beaches (North
coast 5 miles and South coast 15 miles), discover the quaint fishing
villages, walking coast paths or eating Rick Steinís fish and chips
at Padstow. Families and couples, walkers and cyclists, golfers and
surfers are all sure to appreciate a little time out, where birdsong
is often the loudest noise.
Three superb holiday barns each with 2 bedrooms that can be booked
together to sleep up to 14. The BYRE sleeps up to 4.
DAIRY and HAYLOFT each sleep up to 5 and includes an extra John
Lewis folding bed on request (no charge).
TRAVEL COTS and HIGHCHAIRS are also available. Just outside is a
large enclosed garden with BBQ area, swings and outdoor games.
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